Russia will have Avangard hypersonic missile systems ready to enter combat duty in 2019

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The Avangard is a strategic intercontinental ballistic missile system equipped with a hypersonic glide vehicle First Avangard hypersonic missile systems will enter combat duty in 2019 at the Dombarovsky missile division based in the Orenburg Region in the south Urals, Strategic Missile Force Commander Colonel-General Sergei Karakayev said in an interview with Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper. “First complexes are planned to be put on combat duty at the missile regiment of the Dombarosky division starting next year,” Karakayev said. The Avangard is a strategic intercontinental ballistic missile system equipped with a hypersonic glide vehicle. According to open sources, the ‘breakthrough’ weapon was developed by the Research and Production Association of Machine-Building (the town of Reutov, the Moscow Region) and was tested from 2004. The glide vehicle is capable of flying at hypersonic speed in the dense layers of the atmosphere, maneuvering by its flight path and its altitude and…

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